Serving Up Happiness
The CUTX Community Grill Food Truck travels across DFW and East Texas to provide quality meals to the communities CUTX serves. We've partnered with school districts, law enforcement, non-profits, businesses and charities to serve up plates of happiness.
With our resident food experts, Chef John Orshonsky and Chef Jesse Alvarez, the Community Grill can dish out traditional burgers or custom menus to fit the occasion. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supporting Our Community
You may be thinking what does a credit union need a Food Truck for? The answer is we use it to provide meals to those less fortunate and serve up a plate of goodness to servants of our community, including teachers, non-profits, first responders, and more. Most of the meals served from our food truck are free, and any profits made are donated back to our community. Since procuring the Community Grill Food Truck, we’ve been on the move and spreading the joy of a well-cooked meal from DFW to East Texas. See the chart below to see how many meals we’ve served since 2020.
Book the Community Grill for Your Event
Chef John. Just book your spot at least 21 days prior to your event. The Community Grill Food Truck can cater to 100-400 people.
Meet Chef John Orshonsky
Chef John is our Community Grill Manager. He started cooking at a young age and continued his education in Paris, London, and many other European countries. He’s had a lustrous career spanning from American Airlines, Baylor Hospital, and Mattel.
Meet Chef Jesse Alvarez
Chef Jesse is our Community Grill Chef. He received his Culinary Art degree from OSU Technical University. He further improved his skills while learning from a highly talented and diverse groups of chefs such as CIA Academy Chef Donal Weaving, Celebrity Chef Wolfgang Puck, and many other multi-cultured culinary professionals.
Along with cooking, he also finds time to enjoy spending time with his family bicycling, training his two deaf Australian Shepard dogs, and is actively involved as a lay minister for his church and community.